Category: Your Birthstone
This would have to be one of the top super glam red carpet looks.
Eva Herzigova wears these Chopard Red Carpet High Jewellery Collection Emerald and Diamond Earrings and Emerald and Diamond Ring with complete confidence and style.
This is simply the perfect overall look now we are heading into perfect Spring evenings.
Turquoise is a gemstone with a unique opaque blue-green hue. It is valuable in finer grades and is your birthstone if you were born in December.
From the talented Texan jewellery designer Elizabeth Showers comes this Simone Stacking Ring with striking turquoise and diamond pave.
One of my dearest friends celebrates her birthday in November. So this post is for my beautiful friend Emma who can wear either Citrine or Topaz as her birthstone.
These deep earthy yellow Citrine Earrings from Oye Modern are full of vibrancy and life.
Opal is the birthstone for September. Spiritually, Opals represent protection, faithfulness and loyalty, which make them a great stone to wear on your wedding day.
This striking Opal piece is designed by talented Gold Coast jewellery designers Andrew and Libby Want, and is definitely worth a closer look.
The word Sapphire comes from the Greek word, sappheiros, and means blue stone.
Sapphires are best known for their brilliant blue colour, though trace amounts of other elements in this stone can create pink, purple, and even yellow, orange, or green colours. Sapphires in some instances, are colourless.
Peridot is a beautiful and plentiful gem, and the only gemstone to occur in one colour, green. It ranges from bright lime and yellow green tones to brown and olive greens. It is thought Peridot may have originated in Ancient Egypt.
It is also the birthstone for August.
The Ruby is the birthstone for July.
Rubies range in colour from the expensive deep, pure, vivid red to red stones with either pink, purple or even orange tones.
These Spanish Lace Ruby Earrings from talented Australian jewellery designer Nicole Winkler, are inspired by the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, best known for her self-portraits.
The captivating Emerald is the birthstone for May. The word Emerald comes from the Ancient Greek word for green, smaragdus.
According to the Gemological Institute of America, the first known Emerald mines were in Egypt, dating from at least 330 BC, and Cleopatra herself was known to have a passion for Emeralds.
The Diamond is one of the best-known gemstones and it comes from the Ancient Greek word meaning unbreakable. Diamond is the birthstone of April. Diamond mythology gives victory to anyone who wears a one on their left arm.
I have three exquisite pieces featuring the beautiful Diamond from Orlando Orlandini…
Aquamarine is the birthstone of March. The word Aquamarine is derived from the Latin words aqua, meaning water, and marina, meaning of the sea.
According to the International Colored Gemstone Association, legend says it originated in the treasure chest of mermaids, and has been regarded as the sailors’ lucky stone.